Jacksonville sentinel. (Jacksonville, Or.) 1903-1906, September 18, 1903, Image 5

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    Hoard ol trade MrHimj.
their ledge *a\ that it show* to be rich
Th« B<> <r<l of Trade livid a im-eting and that there is plenty of it. two condit­
ion* that ate csM-ntial to a profitable
Monday < veiling that had the usual at
tendance <d about .‘III and the interest mine.
manifest« d was of the kind that bring»
Buy vour sewing machine of your
result» to the work of the board.
Home Agent lie ia here and can look
file «landing commitlie on tran»|M>rta I after vour want».—C. W. Conklin.
lion which c'onaiat» of T. J. Kenney, J no
Earl Shi pherrl of Ashland sja-nt a por­
S. < >rth and Judge S. J Dav was instruct tion of ibis we« k in Jacksonville 111 the
rd to g< t ii|> a ix-iitioii to the l'o»tofTi< «• inti n »1» of hi* father'» piano business.
Di p it'.tm-iit a-king that a morning mail
Mrs, Dr. Will Jackson of Baker City,
service la-established in addition to the ,
nix n and evening service now bail la-- accompanied by her little (laughter Ruth,
tween Jacksonville and Medford. A »|>v is in the city visiting old time friends.
< i d committi < consisting of Chas. Dun­ Mr*. Jai kson is a former resident of this
ford, | is. Croneniiller uml C. I* Briggs | >1 ace.
was ap|»>llltcd to ascertain the rules nil
Warner William* of Ashland county
tier which co-operative telephone com- manager
for t In­ Sunset Telephone
(Minies were organized ami also to get C«»mpan v was in Jacksonville with a
|><tce» from manufacturers for t< h phones, helper W>-dn«-s<la«
putting a larger
wire. etc. The committee is also io con­ »wit« h Iswird a' the central office to pro­
fer with the farmers of this valley and of vide for an increase in telephone» that
the Applegate tn regard to their joining the company expect to put on the Jack-
in with the organization <d a local tel«- ■oovillc circuit. Mr. William» is 11 bro-
phone com |>an v.
ther of Mrs. E. E Washbtirn and while
It was 'lev ided to invite the Southern here he paid Prof and Mrs. Washburn a
Oregon Soldii r» and Sailors Reunion As- brief visit.
mm i itioii to hold their annual encamp
T. If. Brown returned Wednesday
nil nt which Is to la- ill S ptcnila-r of
from the Mt. Pitl country where he hid
next year, at Ja< ksonville ami a commit
tor m - v < r.i' days looking over that
tee consisting of C. W. Conklin, Chris I m - cii
section. He reports that it is one of tin-
t 'In« h ami T C. Norris was api>oint«-d to
of Jackson county,
«•onfri with the old soldic.s as to their I»e»t stock district»
that being the only industry there, the
accepting the hospitalities of Jackson­
high altitude making danger by frost*
too likclv to make general farming pro­
The improvement of the Ja< ksonville
fitable. Cattle and hog» are th«- principal
Medford-Central Point road was fully
stock and they each, though having no
discuss«-d aii'l a committee ioti*i»ting of'
feed but the outside range. look fine.
lodge S. J. Day, George N. Iawis and
Mr. Brown think* it will be a great dairv
Chas. Dunford was ap|M>intrd to look up
country in the near future and a fine
the four routes that w«-r-- under consul- j
locaton for a creamery.
The easy,
«-ration ami astertain the cost of making
jirosjierou* life of the settlers greatly
a |a rillHIlellt road of the present route
pleased Mr. Brown. When those people
and <d 'he probab'e Cost ot flgllt-of wav
get out of ready cash and not caring to
for the other three route» and an esti­
sell stock they make up a lot of sugar
mate as to the cost of making them into
pine »hakes and haul them to Eagle
passable r>-ad».
Point where Brown and Son* pay them
It w as v ted t<> invite the authorities of
at the pre*« nt time JIB |»er thousand,
th«-State Agricultural College to hold a
they buying for the California market.
farmers institutv in Jacksonville aliout
Captain Milo Caton came over Wed­
th«- first of February.
Tliv bill» of the Jacksonville Sentinel ' nesday from Medford, where he is attend­
for fl 50 for lettv r head» and of Nunan- ing the G. A. R. encampment, to bid
Tav lor Companv forty cent» for oecretarv good-by to his friend» in Jacksonville
ami tr< asnrer’s lawks were ordered paid. preparatory to leaving next Monday for
Roscpurg where he will enter the Sold­
Dr. W. It. < lit.< er of Eagle Point is ier'» Home. Captain is a veteran of three
having i line even room cottage erected , wars, he having serve«! a year in the
to la- <■ cupied bv his family. The con- 1 Mexican war and he was in the R«»giie
strm ti<-n work is under the charge of H. River Indian war, though not regularly
enlisted. During those wars he lived
1 \ in Vli< t of Ct t tral Point.
just below Rock Point in the midst of
When troubled with constipation try
the Indian countrv ami he had hi* full
Chamla rlain's
share fighting to protect his home and
Tablet*. Th< v are easy to take ami
save his scalp. At the breaking out of
prodm < no griping or other unpleasant
the Civil War he went East and enlisted
effect. For sale bv City l>riig »tore.
in the Slat Ohio Volunteer Infantry in
Henn C. Galev, cashier of the llouglas which he served four years as captain of
Count« Bank at Roseburg who is »pend­ company II. At the battle of Chicka­
ing a I w dav s it the home of his mother mauga he and nine of his men were *ap-
in Ashland, md Miss Rosa Dodge of the tured. Of the men four escaped and five
latter plan were the guests of Prof, and died in prison. Capt. Caton w;«s first
Mrs. E. E Washburn Tuesday afternoon. taken to Libby prison, but soon after was
Miss (lodge, who is a cousin of Mrs. taken South being confine in the prisons
Washburn, 1» a memlrer of the senior at Macon ami Madison, Georgia, and at
class iii the University of Oregon and Columbia and Charlatan, South Carolina.
will leave in a few day» for Eugene to He was three month* at Charleston at the
time when the Union forces were laving
take up her studies.
siege to that place and the shells from
Herman King, who for the past year
General Gilmore’s guns frequently fell in
has been sawyer in the Jackson County
close proximity to hi* prison. Altogether
I.umber Company’s mill, ha» taken the he served IM month* in Confederate
position of sawyer in 'he mill of the
prisons. At the close of the war Captain
Iowa Lumber Companv. For the capaci-
Caton returned to Southern Oregon ami
tv of the mill no other sawmill in South­
took up hi* residence in Jackson county.
ern Oregon has made a Iretter cut this
He server! as deputy sheriff under Wm.
summer than has the Jacksonville mill,
Bybee from 1H“K to IH k I. Hi* w ife died
a fact that is a fine compliment to Mr.
several year* ago ami his three daughter*
King and it is especially creditable to are married. One of them Mrs Fred Fur­
him as he had never handled a saw lever
ry living near Phoenix. Captain Caton is
until he la-gan work in the Jacksonville
well known all over Jackson county ami
mill. Mr. King is a steady, industrious
he has ninny friend» who are glad to
voting man and that he will have con­
know that he is yet hale and well and
tinued success in his new vacation is giMxl for many years yet before he is
matter easy to prophesy.
mustered ont of this life's service.
W. II. Dvzcng. who with Fred Chamier
Big sales and small profits will make
has a promising quartz. claim on Black more monev to the merchant than little
Bear erv k not far from Mt. Sterling was sales and big profitsand lx- vastly better
in Jacksonville Tuesday and Wednesday for the business prosperity of the town.
buying a lot of supplies and Thursday he for it will draw trade from other sections.
left for his camp in company with A. B. That is my way of figuring out this trade
saltmarsh, who is doing his packing. proposition for Jacksonville and to carry
Mr. Dezeng ami his partner are working it out I will sell a good, brass-trimmed,
on a ditch, winch they expect to have iron Ix-dstead for f3.50. A comfortable
completed before the heavy snows inter­
sewing rocking chair fl.B5. A good grade
fere with their work, to bring in water of straw matting 15 cents. A mirror 35
for power and mining use. Early in the |
cents, sash rod* 1(1 cents. Good ingrain
spring they will put in a small quartz rugs 50 cents, C. W. Conklin, Jackson­
null and commence to take out ore. ;
Messrs. Dezeng and Chamier are making .
no statements as to the richness of their ■ Has Sold a Pile of Chamberlain's Cough
mine but other» who have seen orc from
H inhv Wiser, iiriv-i-r Leaves Jacksonville
daily except Sunday at "a in arriving at Ap-
plcgiite al 11 11 HI Leave Apple gate at llt>ar-
tiving III Jacksonville at 3 p. in. t. lose connection
made with stage to Steamtroat and stage to Knlili
ami Davidson
I OHS R W11.SON. I »river Leaves Jacksonville
at 7 a 111 Mondays Wednesdays ami 1-ridays for
Much, t'niontown. Parcel, Watkins and Joes liar,
returning on the tollowing days.
I have sold Chtnnberlain's Cough
Remedy for more than twenty years ami
it has given entire satisfaction. I have
sold a pile of it and can recommend it
highly. —Joseph McElhiney, Linton,
Iowa. You will find this remedy a good
friend when troubled with a cough or
cold. It alway s affords quick relief and
is pleasant to take. For sale by City-
Drug store.
We can fill orders promptly for
fruit boxes in any quantity from
one hundred boxes to a carload.
Made from best quality seasoned
Retail and wholesale, rough or
dressed. Shipments made tc any
part of the United States.
Mill and Box Factory,
No matter how dirt» we can clean
pair* ami press your clothing in the latest style.
skirt* and jackets made to look like
and deliver promptly.
J. R. Luc By S Geo. Bingenheimer,
Jacksonville Agency at Learned*» Bo»» Confectionery
Union Livery vS tabi es
Rigs on short notice for timber cruisers, com­
mercial men, mining men. sawmill men, all
kinds of men or parties. Horses fed at rca-
so nab le rates.
Geo. N. Lewis, Prop.,
W hite & T rowbridge
We have the largest and best list in Southern Oregon 01
Fruit, /Alfalfa, Dairy and Stock I .a nds. Timber Lands,
Mining Bargains and Town Property.
Dealers in
Sewing Machines, Lime, Cement
We buy wool and mohair.
Sftecial attention given to orders from a distance for
Mining Camps and Mills. Meats shipped promptly and in
tirst-class condition.